Crowne Plaza Austin
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Decided we would try a spot there for dinner tonight which had a great burger.
It didn't take us long to discover Rainey Street. Our favorite neighborhood in Austin. Five years ago the street had old run down homes. They must have changed ...
... surrounded by huge amounts of trees, greenery and bushes, little enclaves and you could see Austin's city line in the distance. This was the life! We saw some turtles swimming in an enclave which was exciting as they are Jenny's favourite animal! After a few hours and feeling very relaxed, we headed back to the van. On the way, we saw a wild snake slithering into the bushes! We just stood there and froze for around a minute and then looked at each other with ...
... eg $100/room/night plus taxes) very close to the French quarters. All reviews praise the location so it will be fun to explore this part of New Orleans tomorrow morning. John's and my room elegantly furnished but small while the boys have a much grander room. We will have a canned dinner with them there later tonight. Andreas has gone to the gym, Patrick is supposed to do washing and John and I have had a drink and planned tomorrow's activities. Exciting to be ...
Ladybird Lake and Cafe Express
After this lunch of lunches, I rode down the meandering nonsensical roads for a quick run and Cypress-pullup workout down by Ladybird Lake followed by some reading and writing at a hole-in-the-wall cafe in NW Austin.
I met up with everybody for Top Golf with much of the crew from Blues on the Green and celebrated the start of the weekend. "Oh YEAH!"
Reset after Top Golf allowed me to get some more writing ...
... reputation, with horse- and bicycle- drawn rickshaws carting people too drunk or lazy to walk past half naked guitarists in drag and hundreds of partiers on the rooftops of bars, clubs and music venues. Tomorrow is my first "domestic day", and I'm looking forward to relaxing in one place, doing laundry, and figuring out how to get these photos and videos to ...